Several killed in air raids on markets in Syria's Idlib province
Syrian government air attacks have killed at least 10 civilians in rebel-held Idlib province.
Two busy markets were targeted.
And there are reports of more air attacks in the area.
Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.
The Taliban and the United States show no sign of slowing down their battle in Afghanistan, even as they conclude peace talks in Qatar.
Meanwhile, on the ground in Afghanistan, the violence continues.
The US has conducted a series of air attacks against Taliban fighters, but elders and local officials say they killed 35 civilians.
American forces are refuting reports of civilian deaths and have called it "Taliban propaganda".
Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports from Kabul. At least 10 civilians have been killed in Syria in air raids and shelling in Idlib province.
Russian forces are continuing to carry out attacks there, but Moscow says Syria has declared a unilateral ceasefire.
Al Jazeera's Andrew Chappelle reports. The Saudi-UAE coalition has launched several air raids in and around the Yemeni capital Sanaa.
At least six civilians - including women and children - have been killed.
The coalition insists it targeted Houthi military positions and weapons storage facilities.
Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports. There were at least five children among those killed in Saturday's attack targeting residential buildings in the town of Ariha.
Air attacks are intensifying in Syria's Idlib province despite the United Nations' warnings that war crimes are being committed.
The Syrian government has been on an offensive for three months. On Saturday, at least 13 civilians, including several children, were killed in the raids.
Aid groups are calling the escalation in violence a nightmare.